Good Decisions public workshop
Decision making is rarely black and white -
more like many shades of grey.
Are you interested in exploring ethics and ethical decision making? This informative and practical workshop covers a range of situations:
- interacting with people from diverse cultures and political and religious systems
- where your personal values and principles might sometimes be at odds with your organisation’s values and principles
- when your actions have the potential to impact multiple stakeholders
St James Ethics Centre’s one day public workshop continues to receive outstanding feedback. This thought-provoking and practical workshop is an excellent forum for the exploration of ethics in practice.
The Public Workshop develops an understanding of ethics and how it relates to morality, values and principles, law and risk management. You’ll learn how to use a practical ethical decision making model to resolve dilemmas, make ethically informed decisions and engage in ethical reflection and dialogue prior to taking action. In the workshop you’ll gain practical experience in resolving real ethical issues through case studies and group exercises.
Our public workshops for 2013 are outlined in the flyer.
Register your interest for these or forthcoming workshops at learning [at] ethics [dot] org [dot] au or book now by completing the Workshop Application.